Indian girl Neha Ramu's 162 Mensa score makes her more intelligent than Einstein
Neha Ramu, 12-year-old Indian origin girl based in London is hogging headlines after proving that she has an Intelligence Quotient (IQ) higher than Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. She scored an incredible 162 Mensa score, and now features among people who get a prestigious place in the Mensa group of intelligent people.
The score points out that Ramu is one of the brightest for her age and more intelligent then Albert Einstein, who was thought to have a 160 score. Her parents, who themselves are doctors and shifted base from India
to UK seven years ago are pleasantly surprised by the development, and are really proud of their daughter. They say that Ramu always did well in school but they never thought that she was this intelligent.
Talking about her recent fame, Neha told NDTV
, “Some of the TV news said that I was studying really hard. But my friends and I found it really hard to believe because I usually play lots of my games with them. So I don't study at all.” Her parents got wind of her intelligence when she topped the entrance exam of Tiffin Girls School, which is one of the top schools in the UK.
This video game addict is too young to decide what she will do in the near future but now that she has scored 162, she can pick and choose from a variety of vocations and some day might be a Cambridge, Harvard alumni. Doors have just opened for her.